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Muskegon, Michigan is located in Muskegon County. Zip codes in Muskegon, MI include 49442, 49445, and 49443. The median home price in Muskegon is $59,900 which is roughly $50/per square foot. More Muskegon information.

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3 hrs ago |

Local fire departments receive donated equipment, foam to battle flammable liquid fires

Local fire agencies are benefiting from several public and private donations of specialized equipment and foam concentrate to assist in the effort of extinguishing flammable liquid fires.


7 hrs ago |

Attorneys Kevin McCarthy and Eric Brown join Warner Norcross & Judd law firm in Kalamazoo

Eric V. Brown Jr. brings nearly five decades of experience as a business attorney to his role as an of counsel attorney at Warner Norcross.


11 hrs ago |

Condemned: Should City of Muskegon order demolition of these buildings?

The Department of Public Safety pursued condemnation and demolition of the homes through the housing board of appeals.


12 hrs ago |

Muskegon Heights leader's view: Violence should not define community; residents, police must stem crime together

Editor's note: In light of the violence that has struck Muskegon Heights, especially recently, MLive Muskegon Chronicle asked some leaders in that community to provide statements with their thoughts, and what they would like people to know.


15 hrs ago |

Photographs, artifacts from recently opened 9/11 Memorial Museum coming to Muskegon Museum of Art

On the 13th anniversary of September 11, 2001, the Muskegon Museum of Art will host a unique exhibit celebrating New York's rebirth since that tragic day.


18 hrs ago |

Muskegon morning weather and beach report: Dangerous swimming conditions; sunny skies

A beach hazard warning is in place for Muskegon County, as well as Mason and Oceana counties, until late tonight, July 23, as weather experts warns of strong currents and dangerously high waves.


22 hrs ago |

Handing over history: Fortino's in Grand Haven to be sold after 107 years of family ownership

In a place that has been witness to more than a century's worth of events, perhaps it is the family story of Salvatore "Andrew" Pirrotta that best captures what Fortino's Old World Shopping in Grand Haven represents.


Yesterday |

Suspect, 19, pleads no contest to robbing, forcing pizza deliveryman, 54, into trunk

Taylin Glenn has pleaded no contest as charged to multiple felonies in the case of a 54-year-old pizza delivery driver robbed at gunpoint, pistol whipped in the jaw and forced into his car's trunk.


Tue Jul 22, 2014

WTKG-AM Grand Rapids

Severe Thunderstorm Warning Muskegon County



Ticket information released for Aretha Franklin's Aug. 16 show in Muskegon

Ticket information has been released for Aretha Franklin's much-discussed show at the L.C. Walker Arena in Muskegon on Aug. 16. Tickets prices for the performance, one of Franklin's 12 stops on her United States tour, range from $40 to $90 and are now available at


'The fairest flow'rs': Shakespeare Garden grows at Hackley Public Library

"This green plot shall become our stage," William Shakespeare wrote in "A Midsummer Night's Dream."


Jessica Heeringa investigators compare notes with Wyoming police following Craigslist homicides, call it 'common investigative practice'

When a young pregnant woman in the Grand Rapids area went missing recently, Norton Shores Police Department officials reached out to investigators there to compare notes involving the disappearance of Jessica Heeringa.


Murder trial starts Tuesday in shooting spree at Fruitland Township house party

The jury trial of Deontay Demarco Black-Wickliffe, the Muskegon man charged with killing Gary Lee Ogreen and wounding three other men in a shooting spree at a Fruitland Township house party, is scheduled to start Tuesday morning, July 22. Black-Wickliffe, 22, is charged with one count of open murder, three counts of assault with intent to murder ... (more)


Beer and Bike Time: Pigeon Hill sets records, Unruly Brewing sells...

The festival lasts just four days, but for the breweries of downtown Muskegon, planning for Bike Time 2014 began months ago.


Mon Jul 21, 2014

First day of Muskegon County Youth Fair showcases animals, fair games

With all the animal amenities of a county fair to the food options of a carnival, the Muskegon County Youth Fair kicked off with a relaxed opening Monday, July 21 at the Muskegon County Fairgrounds.


Muskegon City Commission: Furniture maker's tax exemption on this week's agenda

The Muskegon City Commission on Tuesday will consider the request from The Bold Companies for an industrial facilities exemption certificate.


Candidates Bill Huizenga, Dean Vanderstelt file finance reports in 2nd Congressional District race

The campaign committee for U.S. Rep. Bill Huizenga, a Zeeland Republican, has raised nearly $1 million so far in this election cycle.


Sun Jul 20, 2014

Citizen's Police Academy created to increase collaboration between officers, residents

That's one of the reasons why the Muskegon Police Department has continued to hold a Citizen's Police Academy twice a year since 2002.


Blessing of the Bikers, Patriot Ride commemorate final day of Bike Time in Muskegon

On Sunday morning, the same stage that welcomed "Highway to Hell" a day ago extended an olive branch to heaven for some local Muskegon residents.


Officials: Muskegon man, 27, stabbed while attempting to break up fight

A man was stabbed on West Western Avenue, on Saturday night, July 19, 2014 outside of the Fraternal Order of Eagles, 621 W. Western Ave. According to a release by the Muskegon Police Department, police were dispatched a little after 11:30 p.m. Saturday, July 19 to 621 W. Western Ave. on a report of a stabbing.



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